GNOME 3.27.3 Brings More Meson Ports, Redesign To DConf Editor
Written by Michael Larabel in GNOME on 16 December 2017 at 05:17 PM EST. 6 Comments
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Matthias Clasen of Red Hat announced the release of GNOME 3.27.3 this weekend.

GNOME 3.27.3 is the latest in a string of development releases leading up to the stable GNOME 3.28 debut in March.

Some of the highlights for GNOME 3.27.3 include:

- The various Epiphany browser improvements.

- The DConf Editor user-interface has been redesigned and improved.

- New ports to the Meson build system for GNOME-Session, libgweather, and GNOME Chess.

- GSpell now uses Enchant 2.

- Improved syntax highlighting in GTK Source View.

- Baobab disk usage analyzer now supports the mouse back button.

- Continued code refactoring and more for librsvg.

- Many bug fixes to Evolution.

- GNOME Builder now has night light integration, debugging improvements, improved greeter sections, support for Cargo-based projects using cargo run, Flatpak improvements, and initial VCS status integration.

- Many bug fixes and translation updates throughout.

More details on the GNOME 3.27.3 changes via the release announcement.

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